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Seiken-ji Temple, Shizuoka

#6 of 81 in Historic Sites in Shizuoka
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • Seiken-ji temple is very famous among Japanese history lovers. The area where the temple had been governed by Iamagawa clan, and finally by Tokugawa clan. The temple also was affected by those...  more »
  • Seikenji Temple is known by avid Japanese history fans as a place where young Iyeyasu Tokugawa who later became the first shogun of Edo government was given education while he was in hostage. One of.....  more »
  • Special place. Young Tokugawa studied here. Easy access from Okitsu Station. One of my favorite places in Japan.
  • Very very wonderful place!

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